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· Microsoft: On The Edge →
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· Trump's devoted new press secretary is no different from her predecessors →
McEnany studied her binder of notes then sought to deflect by pointing to a 2003 radio programme in which host Don Imus can be heard telling a joke about the death of an intern and Scarborough is heard laughing.
· Regional Manufacturing Indexes Begin Long Road Back In May →
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· Australian police drop probe of reporter, whistleblower →
The federal police said they would not seek any charges against Annika Smethurst, a political reporter for Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, over a 2018 article alleging the government planned to expand its powers to spy on Australian citizens.
· 'Such a difference': how specialist A&E for over-80s is transforming care →
And many hospitals have created so-called “frailty units” , but not all are as active in seeking out potential patients – Oped liaises with paramedics, GPs and care home staff to identify patients who need its services.
· Top-notch crime with plenty to say →
In her author’s note, Kovacic confesses to the fiction that is Kinloch and the von Guerard painting, but encourages her readers to seek out and visit the Budj Bim National Park and to discover for themselves the extraordinary landscape and Indigenous heritage of Victoria’s Western district.
· Bushland wins last-minute reprieve from developers →
The Environmental Defenders Office sought the halt to enable a team overseen by David Lindenmayer from the Australian National University to inspect the site near Manyana for greater gliders over three nights and days.